Have Some Ice Cream for Breakfast

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  1. Rurudyne
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    hoytedow Fly on the Wall - Miss ddt yet?

    Thanks! I need all the help I can get!
     
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    Help at last.

    I only have about 3 brain cells.

    If ice cream could only get 1 working it would be a help.

    Poida
     
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    Nothing better than a big heap of Ice Cream on top of pancakes and syrup.
     
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    I don't think my local ice cream man is up for breakfast at this time of year...
     

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    This information provided by your National Dairy Council who wants you to enjoy more dairy products....
     
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    hoytedow Fly on the Wall - Miss ddt yet?

    Man, what a combo! Ice cream and cake for breakfast sounds great! How about some sherbet for lunch?
     
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    Unless your partner1 / companion2 is a doctor3 . . ;)

    1 - a timber framework secured to and strengthening the deck of a wooden ship around a hole for a mast

    2 - a covering over the hatchway leading below decks

    3 - an artificial fishing fly

    Anyway, think I saw some of those prophylactic4 workers5 at the docks6 . . ;)

    4 - safeguard

    5 - a person who achieves a specified thing, e.g. a stevedore / docker / lumper / longshoreman / dockhand / dock worker / etc. / etc.

    6 - a structure extending alongshore or out from the shore into a body of water, to which boats may be moored

    P.S. - Just saw the post I was responding to is gone while I was posting, so this will leave something to guess for the readers . . :cool:
     
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    Sorry - the post was clever but a couple posts were removed so that they didn't elicit additional responses which were too adult or illicit -- it's best to keep the forum classified family and work safe. Sorry, and thanks.
     
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    Who knew ice cream for breakfast could lead to such naughtiness?
     
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    Well, maybe some study results were concealed in the article, or maybe not all fields were investigated by Unilever and the like . . ;)

    And there we have ‘‘Don Darling’’ involved ---> Nomen est Omen - :D

    P.S. - to prove that it's all about boats here I've added some footnotes to the terms in post #9
     
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    There you have it, Don Darling - :rolleyes:

     
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    Yes, an attempt to manipulate the public mind could be the reason for and also the background of the outcome of this study . . :(

    Fanatic Cook posted about the National Dairy Council's and Unilever's involvement in saturated fat studies . . :idea:

     

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    Of course another direction for comment would be to wonder if these were the sort of flavors of ice cream found in Japan ... and not the west.
     
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